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gooberau 06-29-2022 07:03 PM

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Originally Posted by mrcheviot (Post 3819749)
In my experience I think the Clash is much shorter than a Teebird, it’s relatively glide less like the Wrath.

Also never thrown a servo as stable as an Eagle, IMO new version of Resistors are closest but not as far.

That FD2/eagle/TB slot is a glaring hole in the lineup. Terra with a narrower rim would be great.


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I think disc golf must be the most subjective sport ever to discuss - everyone will put a different amount of power and spin on a disc and likely get a different result. And don't get started on plastic, weight, elevation and weather :)

The only Eagles I've thrown a lot of are DX and the Servo seemed just like those. I've thrown (and aced) with a Champ Eagle and that was a meat-hook - nothing like a Servo. The Resistor (new) is a good call.

mas30066 06-30-2022 02:08 PM

Funny. I had to look up the Eagle’s flight ratings. I’d assumed from watching the way Calvin throws that the Eagle was a 10ish speed control driver. The thought of hitting the same long lines with a Servo is mind-melting.

ThrowaEnvy 06-30-2022 07:50 PM

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Originally Posted by mas30066 (Post 3819928)
Funny. I had to look up the Eagle’s flight ratings. I’d assumed from watching the way Calvin throws that the Eagle was a 10ish speed control driver. The thought of hitting the same long lines with a Servo is mind-melting.

Haha kind of the opposite here but I handed out a couple relays, people told their friends... more than a few folks here with Relays now.. I don't think they really understand flight numbers which don't matter.

Couple of em have told me it's their "furthest flying distance driver" . I'm happy :D I see no need to tell them it's a fairway, I just say "easiest distance ever, relays are amazing!"

PMantle 07-01-2022 04:22 PM

Sorry if already posted,
https://www.pdga.com/files/styles/co...?itok=O6frSd9I

Max Weight: 176.0gr
Diameter: 21.2cm
Height: 1.7cm
Rim Depth: 1.1cm
Rim Thickness: 2.2cm
Inside Rim Diameter: 16.8cm
Rim Depth / Diameter Ratio: 5.2%
Rim Configuration: 27.00

Moose33 07-02-2022 06:21 PM

Single Disc Round; Can the Envy do it all?
https://youtu.be/9rjjJmhTffQ

Thought some of you gyronauts might want to see the Envy only round I did today. It was pretty fun, also probably the most backhands I’ve thrown in this course lol.

ThrowaEnvy 07-02-2022 07:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Moose33 (Post 3820447)
Single Disc Round; Can the Envy do it all?
https://youtu.be/9rjjJmhTffQ



Thought some of you gyronauts might want to see the Envy only round I did today. It was pretty fun, also probably the most backhands I’ve thrown in this course lol.

Nice!!!! I enjoyed the heck out of it. A fine work of art for the ages!

Interesting choices with the 3 soft... I love those soft electrons. Not as big on my soft neutron, great one disc envy but with friends I'd bookend with a heavy neutron or plasma for the extra stability. Kinda didn't figure you for being such a "softy" :D

Moose33 07-02-2022 09:17 PM

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Originally Posted by ThrowaEnvy (Post 3820460)
Nice!!!! I enjoyed the heck out of it. A fine work of art for the ages!

Interesting choices with the 3 soft... I love those soft electrons. Not as big on my soft neutron, great one disc envy but with friends I'd bookend with a heavy neutron or plasma for the extra stability. Kinda didn't figure you for being such a "softy" :D

Lol that’s a fair assumption, the N Soft is the most OS that I have or else I would have brought along the Eclipse. Which is oddly soft as well… now that I think about it the only “firm” Envy I have at the moment is the electron glow.

Thanks for watching!

mrcheviot 07-07-2022 07:59 PM

Something of a PSA here.. Very latest run of Resistors are nice and flat, throwback to before the domey/high shoulder nonsense from 2021 (think those are the 1st in-houe run?). I needed something hi-vis so I could spare my proton circuit on iffy courses, got a new 174 and out of the box it was slightly more OS than my proton.

:clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

Had a blast throwing them around my yard. So relieved they seem to have fixed this mold!!

So for you Resistor Fans:

Circuit Proton > Old Flat Neutron > New (latest) Flat Neutron >>>>>>>> 2021 Neutron

Jacobpaul81 07-07-2022 09:27 PM

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Originally Posted by gooberau (Post 3819757)
I think disc golf must be the most subjective sport ever to discuss - everyone will put a different amount of power and spin on a disc and likely get a different result. And don't get started on plastic, weight, elevation and weather :)

Yup. Weather and location are such important factors - it's like a ballpark in baseball. I'm not impressed if Aaron Judge hits 50 homers. He should - he plays in New York. If he hit 50 while playing half his games in Kauffman Stadium... well, that'd impress me.

Out here on the plains, we throw alot more Overstable / Stable discs to combat the regular 20-30 mph winds. I see videos of people Hyzer-flipping understable discs 500' and I just laugh. Nature smacks that crap out of the sky out here. :thmbup:

dehaas 07-08-2022 08:09 AM

Finally got around to ordering a plasma servo, and after just a handful of throws it’s exactly what I was looking for. Crave like flight with a bit more fade at the end. It did show a tiny amount of high speed turn on flat release forehand throws in the 320-330 range, more of a slight track to the left before the fade back to the right.

I felt like I could lean into it full power without it getting too squirrely. It’s definitely not as beefy new as a fresh champion eagle x. Maybe a seasoned eagle x or probably most accurate a fresh champ eagle L. I’ve always thought fresh L’s were fairly stable out of the box.


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